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New Method How To Borrow Airtime From Airtel (Without Paying Back Charges)

If you are looking for another code to borrow airtime from airtel or you want to know why can’t I borrow from airtel and how to borrow data from airtel when you are still owing. in this our new series of Tech Guide Tutorials, you will get to know how to borrow airtime from airtel Nigeria today.

So, you will see new code on how to borrow data from airtel and also how to borrow without code from Airtel. in our next tutorial in this series will be for all other networks such as MTN, Glo and 9mobile plus other network step by step processes.

Let’s talk a bit about Airtel Nigeria before the tricks.

I do not know why people with smatphone like to make Airtel as SIM 2 🙂

Vawulance Network issues at time, I get. when you need it the most and it will just go off.

But I f*ck up go buy Airtel 4G etwork Router for here, I wan cry some days with network issues.

Well, all Nigeria Network na the same thing. Slow Browsing and Bad Network at times.


About Airtel Nigeria

Airtel Networks Limited is a leading telecommunications services provider with headquarters in Lagos, the commercial nerve-centre of Nigeria. The telco ranks amongst the top three mobile service providers in terms of subscribers with a customer base of more than 50 million as at December, 2019. The company’s product offerings include 2G, 3G and 4G wireless services, mobile commerce, Home Broadband and enterprise services.

Airtel Networks Limited is a subsidiary of Airtel Africa Plc, a Pan-African telecommunications company with operations in 14 countries across Africa.

Airtel Africa is driven by the vision of providing affordable and innovative mobile services to all and is supported in pursuing this vision by its largest shareholder, Bharti Airtel. Its product offerings include 2G, 3G and 4G wireless voice and data services and mobile commerce through ‘Airtel Money’. Airtel Africa had over 110 million customers across its operations at the end of March, 2020.

Airtel Networks Limited is intensely interested and committed to supporting laudable causes through its Corporate Social Investment initiatives in Nigeria. Leveraging on its award-winning Touching Lives programme, Adopt-a-School initiative and Employee Volunteer Scheme, it has invested both financial and material resources to assist many communities as well as uplift underprivileged people across Nigeria. Its various CSR initiatives have directly and indirectly impacted Nigerians in the various communities where it operates.


2001 – Awarded Digital Mobile License (DML) for communication services in Nigeria
2001 – Becomes first telecoms operator to launch commercial GSM services on August 5
2003 – Wins Most Customer Sensitive Network (Thisday Newspapers)
2003 – Wins Best Customer-Friendly Network (Telecoms Awards)
2005 – Wins Best Customer Care Operator (Telecoms Awards)
2005 – Wins GSM Company of the Year (City People Magazine)
2006 – Wins Best Customer Care Operator (Telecoms Awards)
2006 – Wins Best Customer Care Mobile Company (IT & Telecoms Digest, 2006)
2007 – Wins the Brand of the Year and Good Governance Awards (Thisday Awards)
2008 – Wins Best Customer Care Award (Nigerian Communications Commission)
2009 – Wins the Best Customer Care Award (Nigerian Information Technology and Telecoms Awards)
2010 – Launches service under the brand name Airtel.
2011 – Becomes the first Telco to rollout 3.75G Network pan Nigeria
2011 – Launches award-winning CSR programme, Adopt-a-School
2011 – Wins the Best Customer Care Operator (Telecoms Awards)
2011 – Wins the CSR Awards for Educational Development (Organized PR Practitioners)
2012 – Adjudged by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management as the Telco with best HR practices
2012 – Becomes first Telco to complete 4G LTE field trial
2012 – Becomes first Telco to launch the revolutionary HD Voice Service
2013 – Wins triple awards for customer service, brand innovation and company of the year at the prestigious Nigerian Telecoms Awards.
2013 – Adjudged best Telco Company by CIPM for best HR practices in telecoms sector
2014 – Launches Airtel Touching Lives, revolutionary CSR programme to uplift the less privilege
2014 – Adjudged by the prestigious SERA Panel as Best CSR Company in Education delivery
2015 – Bagged the Association of Telecommunications Company of Nigeria’s Merit Award
2015 – Named Telecoms Brand of the Year by the African Leadership Magazine
2016 – Named Most Friendly Customer Operator by the Nigerian Telecoms Awards
2016 – Airtel Nigeria’s CEO, Segun Ogunsanya, named Telecoms CEO of the Year by the Nigerian Telecoms Awards
2016 – Airtel Nigeria’s CEO, Segun Ogunsanya, named Telecoms CEO of the Year by Marketing Edge Magazine
2016 – Airtel Nigeria was awarded the ‘Best Company in Reduction of Inequality’ (SDG 10) at the prestigious SERA Awards, a notable platform that recognizes exceptional CSR interventions in Nigeria.
2017 – Awarded great place to work in Jobberman
2017 – Airtel’s TVC, Data is Life, bags three awards at African Cristal Festival
2017 – Airtel gets award for selfless service, joins LUTH for World Blood Donor Day
2017 – Airtel Adjudged Best Company In Recruitment
2017 – CEO Named Best Telecoms CEO In Africa
2017 – Airtel Nigeria bags LCCI Service Excellence in Telecom Award
2017 – Airtel adjudged Most Outstanding Customer-Centric Telecoms Brand by MarketingEdge
2017 – Payment Innovation in Telecom Award at INTERSWITCH Awards
2017 – Airtel Wins Award for Excellence in CSR at Global Patriot Newspaper’s
2017 – Telecom CEO of the Year Award
2017 – NTITA CSR Execellence Award
2017 – Best TV Commercial campaign Award
2017 – Airtel adjudged best company in stakeholder engagement at SERAS 2017
2017 – Airtel’s Lost TVC wins Gold at Epica Awards
2017 – Airtel’s TVC Lost wins best Commercial at LAIF Awards
2018 – Brand of the Year Award conferred by Leadership Newspapers
2018 – Marketing Edge Awards for Most Innovative CSR Campaign with Airtel Touching Lives
2018 – Campaign of the Year by the Advertisers Association of Nigeria (ADVAN) at the 2018 ADVAN Marketing Excellence Awards
2018 – Best Advertising Campaigns at 2018 African Cristal Awards
2018 – The Pitcher Advertiser of the Year Award
2018 – HIV & AIDS Response for CSR initiative by Lagos State AIDS Control Agency (LSACA)
2019 – Leadership Newspapers Brand of the Year
2019 – Daily Independent Newspaper Brand of the Year
2019 – SERA Awards CEO of the Year Award
2019 – SERA Awards for Best Use of Storytelling
2020 – Airtel wins silver & bronze awards for Digital campaign of the year at the Pitcher Awards for Chores, Stew & Conditioning.
2020 – Smarttalk campaign TVCs wins Bronze & Silver at the Pitcher Awards.

You see why Airtel is the largest Network in Nigeria – Africa.

Airtel also launch a service packaged called Airtel Extra Credit, in case you dey make call and your recharge finish for middle (Sweet in the Middle 🙂 )

Airtel Extra Credit

Airtel Extra Credit allows you to borrow airtime when you run out. This is a perfect solution to reload your phone with Airtime for calls during an emergency. It also allows you to borrow airtime that can to be used for all chargeable Airtel services. You pay back on your next recharge with a 15% service charge except for the N25 loan which has a service charge of 20%.

Airtime Loan (NGN) Value* You Will Be Credited (NGN) Amount You Pay Back (NGN)
25 20 25
50 42.5 50
100 85 100
200 170 200
500 425 500
1,000 850 1,000
2,000 1,700 2,000

* Value you will be credited with excludes 15% service charge which will be deducted.


Who is qualified to use Airtel Extra Credit?

  • ·Airtel Prepaid Customers with registered SIM.

  • ·Customer’s will be considered based on monthly recharge frequency and average spend.

  • ·Customer who have paid up any previous loan and associated charges.

  • ·You need to have been an AIRTEL subscriber for at least 2 months. In addition, you have to be a loyal and consistent subscriber using an average of N200 monthly.

How To Borrow Data From Airtel Using Shortcode (*500#)
Enter 4 for Borrow Credit
  • ·You will be required to send a request through a predefined short code; *500# which will provide you with all the denominations of airtime available to borrow. To get specific denominations dial: *500*amount#.

The above information was source from Airtel Nigeria Official Website:

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